Presentation on theme: "Commander Nikola i Rezanov. a nobleman a statesman an ambassador count a diplomat Nikola i Petrovich Rezanov commandor Grand Chamberlain private secretary."— Presentation transcript:
Rezanov`s tomb in Krasnoyarsk I won`t forget you\ I`ll never see you
The new bronze statue of Commander Rezanov The new bronze statue of Commander Rezanov is unveiled at the City Day Ceremony in Krasnoyarsk, Russia, and the Russian Orthodox priests bless the new statue of Commander Rezanov.
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Mind your pronounciation! A nobleman, a statesman, an ambassador, Grand Chamberlain, private secretary to Empress Alaska, California, America, Japan, Spain, Spanish settlements, San-Francisco, Saint Petersburg, Siberia, China Russian-American Company, colonization, Russian nobility, New Archangel, Napoleon, Governor, Commandante, Concepcion Arguello, sister Maria Dominica
Translate the phrases -1 1. the first Russian ambassador to Japan 2. the private secretary to the Empress 3… became interested in business 4... mastered five languages 5...participated in the first circumnavigation of the globe 6... promoted the project of Russian colonization of Alaska 7... provided valuable furs 8… proposed to trade 8... became the leader of the wealthy business 9... lack of support and mismanagement 11... succeeded in getting food supplies 12...led to serious losses 13… sailed for… 14. a locket-a betrothal gift 15... first native-born nun 16…faints and dies from concussion 17… became a subject 18… fell in love 19...fell ill 20… arrived
Translate the phrases-2 1. A Russian Nobleman and a statesman 2. Grand Chamberlain 3.Imperial inspector 4... as far as Kamchatka 5.The leader of the wealthy business 6… arranged a treaty 7...a lot of abuses to company`s laws 8..to get the signature of the tsar 9..devoted life to charities 10.. introduced schools and libraries 11.. was overwhelmed by cordial reception 12..enemy`s territory 13..were starving and dying of scurvy 14….led to serious losses. 15… forbade colonies to trade. 16… proposed to her 17… universally recognised beauty 18… displaying every evidence of wealth. 19… demonstrating generosity 20. Spanish settlements
Write if the sentenses are True or False 1)Nikolay Petrovich Rezanov was a Russian nobleman and statesman who promoted the project of Russian colonization of Alaska and California.Russian AlaskaCalifornia 2) Rezanov is mostly remembered for his role in the war with Napoleon. 3)Rezanov was born in Moscow on March 28, 1764.March 281764 4) By the age of 20, he had mastered five languages. 5) He worked as the private secretary to the Empress. 6 )At the death of Shelikhov in 1795, he became the leader of the wealthy business. 7 )The Russian-American company provided fish for Russian nobility. 8) They built outposts in Alaska and West coast of America. 9) Rezanov went to American colonies to marry a young girl. 10) He found a lot of abuses to company’s laws. 11) He introduced schools and libraries. 1 2 ) At the end of winter people in the outpost Sitka were starving and dying of cancer. 1 3 ) The laws of Spain forbade her colonies to trade with foreign powers. 1 4 ) While Rezanov was waiting for the governor to arrive he fell in love with the daughter of the commandante of San Francisco and proposed to her. 1 5 ) As a member of the family he succeeded in getting the necessary food supplies. 1 6 ) He died of fever and exhaustion in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, on March 8, 1807.KrasnoyarskSiberiaMarch 81807
Match the discriptions with adjectives 1. He distributed valuable presents risky 2. He always kept his word and he belonged generous to upper society 3. He always found a clever solution pliable 4. He never deceived people ambitious 5. He was never afraid of dangers intelligent 6. He was a diplomat and could honest persuade people 7. He always achieved his aims tough 8. He was able to live in difficult conditions noble
Match the discriptions with adjectives 1. He distributed valuable presents generous 2. He always kept his word and he belonged to upper society noble 3. He always found a clever solution intelligent 4. He never deceived people honest 5. He was never afraid of dangers risky 6. He was a diplomat and could persuade people pliable 7. He always achieved his aims ambitious 8. He was able to live in difficult conditions tough
What a real statesman shall be? Agree or disagree with each other. I think a statesman I agree that……. shall be…..( cunning, and he also should eloquent, risky, loyal, be….. disciplined, prudent, I disagree that……. kind, self-reliant, To my mind….On ambitious, ruthless the contrary he was… strong-willed, sly You can`t but agree gifted, patriotic, ets..) that… But you can`t deny that I fully agree with you….
Tasks Group 1 Group 2 The knowledge of the words Very good! Good! The knowledge of the text Well done! Well done! Exercises Good! Very good! Debates Very good! Very good! Estimation of the work Excellent! – 5 Very good! -5